Diabetes is a very small diet that can change the inverse type 2 in part of a pilot driven by the NHS in England.
It will be a three month period of 800 calories per day with meals and shakes a day, with 5,000 people in the beginning and follow-up support.
In the United Kingdom 10 nine-day-old people with a 2 type diet and lifestyle are closely linked.
The NHS program in England is also expanding people who develop diabetes type 2.
At the end of last year's reheat, a low calorie diet has reversed this situation, almost half it has helped.
Now it has to be expanded to judge this success in the wider population.
"The Benefits of Patients"
Prof. Jonathan Valabhji, National NHS Clinical Director of Diabetes and Obesity in England, has admitted that the diet is undeniably challenging and does not fit everyone.
"However, it is worthwhile exploring the implementation of these NHS programs, which is worthwhile for us to take advantage of," he said.
Although diabetes type 2 may have genetic components, it is strongly linked to obesity or obesity.
Two thirds of the dead and a third of the children today are overweight or obese.
The type 1 of diabetes, on the other hand, is associated with an autoimmune disease that is not overweight or inactive.
What is diabetes type 2?
- Sugar (glucose) is a common condition that causes high blood pressure
- Problems with chemicals in the body called Insulin (hormone)
- You can create symptoms of Diabetes type 2, such as excessive thirst, lots and fatigue
- It can also increase the risk of serious problems with the eyes, heart and nerves
A type of diabetes prevention program has been in England for the past three years and has achieved good results.
Up to now, 250,000 people on the cutting edge of developing type 2 have devoted diet and nutrition, dieting and exercise advice and help.
On average, each participant lost 8lb (3.6kg) weight to reduce the risk of diabetes.
Now the program continues to be a significant expansion, helping 200,000 people a year.
Prof. Valabhji says it's important to continue showing the results of the program.
"Obviously, when we are counting at the end of the day, we avoid the type 2 diabetes.
"We have achieved an independent evaluation of the program, first of all preventing people who participate in this program from diabetes.
"However, secondly, this program has had a positive impact on the development of diabetes type 2 of the total population.
According to Chris Askew, Diabetes Director of the United Nations charity, plans to double the NHS Diabetes Prevention Program were "good news".
"The NHS's intention is to be compatible with government policies – we need a stronger marketing campaign for children, and clearer nutrition labeling to help people make healthy choices," he said.
Simon Stevens, General Director of NHS England, said: "What's good for our bands is good for our bundles, all the costs that affect all of these preventative illnesses."
But the NHS could not fight on its own.
"The NHS pound will boost the food industry to cut calories from food waste and added sugar and salt, television dinners and fast food," said Stevens.
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